The following are some common interior design styles you may run into and you might choose one to decorate your home.

Bohemian Style

bohemian style home

Bohemian decorating is for those who want their homes full of life, culture, and interesting items for all the world to see. This aesthetic flies in the face of modern sensibilities and embraces the carefree, the relaxed, and the unusual.
Must-have pieces: Patterned sofas, pattern area rugs,woven chairs, wood accents, lanterns, tapestries, floor lamps, floor pillows, and pouf ottomans

Mid-century Modern Style

mid-century modern style home

Mid-century modern pays tribute to clean lines, bright colors, and geometric patterns. The furniture from this design era is best characterized by geometric patterns, clean lines, natural wood, graphic patterns, bold colors.
Must-have pieces: tulip table, coffee table books, gold accents, egg chair, graphic posters, minimal greenery, magazines

Minimalist Style

minimalist style home

The style of minimalism is a design approach that is characterized by austerity and laconism in decoration. It is mainly achieved through the use of functional furniture and interior objects, geometric shapes and a combination of usually not more than two basic colors.
Must-have pieces: black and white art, bright greenery, coffee tables, simple area rugs, coffee table books, monochromatic throw pillows, throw blankets,wood accents

Rustic Style

A rustic style takes on the rugged feel of a cozy cabin connecting to a reminiscent past and nature. Bring in that natural beauty with weathered materials, earthy tones and textured fabrics. 
Must-have pieces:candle lanterns, pottery, quilts, antlers, cow-hide rugs, pottery exposed metal decor, textured area rugs